Mirrors at Theatre 80 St Marks
UPDATE (5/25/18): This just in! We just received word that Mirrors won Best Play in this year’s Downtown Urban Arts Festival. We won! We won!
Friends, spring is almost here, and I’ve got wonderful news for you! Mirrors, my first full-length play and recipient of the 2015 Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Award, will receive a workshop production at Theatre 80 St Marks as part of the 2018 Downtown Urban Arts Festival. The show goes up Wednesday, April 25th and tickets are now on sale. Don’t procrastinate — get your tickets as soon as you can!
Mirrors by Azure D. Osborne-Lee
Winner of the 2015 Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Play Award
Directed by Kirya Traber
Produced by Roots and River Productions, Presented by Downtown Urban Arts Festival
with support from the Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 @ 8PM
Theatre 80 St. Marks
$20 General Admission
When 17 year-old Alma Jean finds her mother dead, she must pack up her life and move in with her mother’s ex-lover, a woman she doesn’t know. Her new guardian, Bird Wilson, is the town pariah and unused to sharing her home. Will mourning the death of a shared loved one bring Alma Jean and Bird together or push them further apart?
Design by Jamie N. Larson
Stage Management by Chiara H. Johnson
Featuring: Joyia D. Bradley, AnJu Hyppolite, Crystal Lucas-Perry*, Jordan Randolph, La Rivers, AnnMarie Sykes, and Jak Watson
(*indicates member of Actors Equity)
Please note that Mirrors will be presented alongside Marcus Scott’s short play Blood Orange, which has a run time of approximately 10 minutes.